So hopefully you are all familiar with Windows Vista but what you might not have heard about is the next Windows Server platform which is looming in the background. This is code-named "Longhorn Server" and is just about to hit Beta 3 with a release to manufacturing RTM next year.
So why are these two products better together? Well, here's the overview:
I was in a partner meeting last week and one of the topics that came up was the synchronisation of files in Windows Vista. The guys were asking about whether synchronisation in Vista was going to be like the sync in Outlook - i.e. completely transparent and item by item and also whether the system would tailor the sync based on slow bandwidth connections. Here are some points on client-side caching in Longhorn Server and Vista that answers their questions:
Some interesting facts on Longhorn Server
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